Split - 104 Km, 1:58 hod.
A typical Dalmatian town will enchant you with its natural charm and striking contrasts at every step.
Modern resort is in the backdrop of an ancient, more than two thousand years old town. Everyday routine and quiet, warm evening on the coast. Emerald forests passing into sapphire sea waves.
Split is the main economic, cultural and transport center of central Dalmatia.
It lies on a peninsula between the Gulf of Kastel and the Split Strait which borders the wooded hill Marjan in the west.
Kozjak and Mosor mountains protect the city from the north and northeast from inland influences.
From Split you can easily reach the islands of Brac, Hvar, Solta and Ciovo.
It is one of the sunniest places on the Adriatic, average temperature reaches 22°C, summers are dry and warm, winters are mild and humid.
180 000 inhabitants live here. Fruit, vegetables and vines are grown in the area.
In Split you will find an exceptional number of cultural monuments. The ancient Diocletian´s Palace was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979.